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  1. Also if I remember correctly, this is what we feel when we touch something, we don’t feel the actual temperature, but how fast it absorbs our heat. That’s why metal feels colder than wood at similar temperatures

  2. Question! Would it mean aluminium gets colder faster? Is it why it seems to slow down after a bit?

  3. The cube on the left has very little surface area in contact with the plexiglass. A bit of a failed experiment if you ask me.The difference in thermal conductivity between the two materials is slightly exaggerated.

  4. I wanted to downvote it because I thought I was in r/chemicalreactions.
    I was very pleased after checking the subreddit.

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